This iPhone case by Jimmy Fallon and J.Crew doubles as a pocket square

You could just wear a pocket square, but that’s so 2014. To get you up to speed with the times, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon paired up with J.Crew to design an iPhone case that doubles as a pocket square. That’s right — now your pocket square is connected.

The pocket square comes as a clip on to the leather case, which can be used for the iPhone 6 or 6S. Just pop it on the case, put your phone in your front blazer pocket, and voilà. You’ll look so stylish that no one will ever know you’re packing an iPhone. Just make sure your blazer’s front pocket is large enough to fit the phone. In the video, Fallon’s “Pocket Dial” sinks a little too low, unlike the photos on J.Crew’s website.

In the video, Fallon jokes that it’s a good way to up your style game and keep your phone safe. He says he came up with he idea and used a hot glue gun to make the first prototype.

There are three styles to choose from: polka-dotted, gingerbread man, or white linen. The gingerbread man is undeniably festive, but the white and polka dot versions will last you through the whole year, regardless of the season.

While the nerdy accessory can be a fun gift for the holidays, the best part of this collaboration is that the proceeds from purchasing the Pocket Dial will go to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, a Kenya-based charity that protects elephants from poaching and extinction.

You can grab the Pocket Dial from J.Crew for $48. Additional Pocket Redials, which is actually just the fabric portion, will cost you $15 each. If you’re interested, you can get the case on J. Crew’s website here.

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